Established in 1933 by the Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences, the William T. Davis Wildlife Refuge was the first wildlife sanctuary in New York City. It consists of a patchwork of tidal marshland, freshwater wetlands, woodlands and open areas vital to migrating and native species.
Founded by artist Yuko Nii, the Williamsburg Art & Historical Society presents exhibitions in its gallery space and performances in the Theater, located in the 19th-century Kings County Bank Building in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
In 1903, Williamsburgh Branch became the first Carnegie library built in Brooklyn. The library was renovated in 1955, and again in 2003-2004. In 2006, the branch became a designated landmark of New York City.
This space is in the East Village, one block north of East Houston Street.
A production company fighting ignorance through the arts. Fiscally sponsored by Fracture Atlas.
Windows of Opportunity (WOO) is creating a shift in what is possible for youth in the areas of leadership, empowerment, self esteem, school performance and career planning.
Mon & Thurs 1-8 pm Tues 1-6 pm Wed & Fri 10 am-6 pm Sat & Sun closed Foreign language collections at this branch include Chinese, Hindi and Korean. For more information on the branch, click here.
Mon: 1-8 pm Tues, Wed, Fri: 10 am-6 pm Thurs: 1-6 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe branch is now part of Cluster 8, as it continues to serve the local community providing technology and well as traditional services. For more information on the branch, click here.